Author: The National Learning Institute
Richard Templa in The Rules Of Management sets out to write the “unwritten” rules of management – the things they don’t teach in training courses and management textbooks. He suggests that readers will know all or most of the content already “Yes, it is all really bleeding obvious”, but many will not be applying the rules on a regular basis. Templa’s aim is to have the reader think a little more about each rule and ask “whether or not you do it”. The book is split into two parts; managing your team and managing you.
The title “Inspirational Manager” is interesting. Why? There’s no “The” in front of “Inspirational Manager”. It seems as though the author is personalising the book for each reader, i.e. it is possible that you and I can become an inspirational manager. This is unlike so many other books of this genre that exalt “the (often mythical) inspirational manager” in such terms that us mere mortals can not aspire to emulate.
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